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Is it possible to query Amazon DNS server from our corporate network trough the VPN tunnel? Directly? No. The recursive resolver available by default when you create a VPC can only be accessed by an IP address in that VPC. This is a restriction that Amazon imposes. What you can do is create a forwarder using the Route 53 Resolver service or software like ...


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Attach a policy to the source bucket Get the AWS account ID number of the destination account. From the source account, attach a policy to the source bucket that allows the destination account to get objects, similar to the following: Important: For the value of Principal, be sure to enter the AWS account ID number of the destination account. { "...


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No you can't. S3 is an object storage, accessed over HTTP or REST for example. Just as you can't mount an HTTP address as a directory you can't mount a S3 bucket as a directory. Having said that there are some workarounds that expose S3 as a filesystem - e.g. 's3fs' project. How reliable and stable they are I don't know.


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If you have done payment of your reserved instance then you are unlucky. now you have only one option Sell your reserved instance in AWS marketplace. But If you till not done payment then you lucky, I suggest don't do payment till next billing cycle. AWS by default cancel your reserved instance if you don't do payment after the end of the month.


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In your terraform {...} section you need a backend directive to store your state somewhere: https://www.terraform.io/docs/state/remote.html (OP later explain that the code above is just a module imported from a main file). S3 backends might be the easiest to use and probably to most commonly used backends to store remote state across different executions of ...


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